byWigram, W. A. (William Ainger), 1872-1953; Wigram, Edgar Thomas Ainger, Sir, 1864- joint author
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London- Kamal Mirawdeli is een bekende Koerdische schrijver en Midden-Oosten specialist, hij is geboren in 1951 in Qala Dizey, en hij verliet Koerdistan in de jaren tachtig. He heeft zijn studie voortgezet in Engeland, en heeft een MA behaald in Cross-culturele studies(1993) , Phd in Literatuur (1987), Msc in Economie(1991) van de prestigeuze London school of Economics. Hij schrijft regelmatig over de politieke situatie, corruptie en machtsmisbruik in Koerdistan. Hij heeft zich kandidaat... Topics: Kurds, kurdistan curdonia
Talk Radio News Service White House correspondent Victoria Jones speaks with Gary Baumgarten for the Paltalk News Network about 48 people tested in Dallas found to be Ebola free, nurse Amber Vinson's decision to fly with a fever, Pres. Obama's choice for an Ebola Czar, the Pentagon's Ebola rapid response team and airdrops to the Kurds in Syria. Topics: Ebola, ISIS, Kurds
Andy Fleming argues against the comparisons between ISIL and 19th century anarchists that were recently made on the ABC, as well as explaining the anarchist ideology of some of those resisting ISIL. You can read his article on these issues here: https://newmatilda.com/2014/10/21/defence-anarchism-tearing-down-links-butchers-isilYou can also check out his website slackbastard.anarchobase.com, like his Facebook page and follow him on Twitter @slackbastard.We also mentioned David Graeber's... Topic: ISIL Revolutionary Kurds
Nöldeke, Theodor, 1898, "Kardū und Kurden", In: Benndorf, O. et al. (eds.), Beiträge zur Alten Geschichte und Geographie: Festschrift für Heinrich Kiepert, Berlin, pp. 73-81. Preparation [after Google digitizing]: Mandana Moghanizadeh Razi (email@example.com) Topics: Iranian History, Kardū, Kurds, Kurdistan
KIRD, KIRMANC, DIMILİ VEYA ZAZA KÜRTLERİ MALMİSANIJ Dımıli lehçesini konuşan Kürtler, yöreden yöreye Kırd, Kırmanc, Dımıli, Dımli, Dımbıli ve Zaza gibi değişik adlarla adlandırılırlar. Konuştukları lehçe de bunlara bağlı olarak Kırdki, Kırmanci/Kırmancki, Dımılki/Dımıli, Dımıli, Dımli, Zazaki veya "So-bê" adıyla adlandırılır. Burada kısaca bu sözcükler üzerinde duracağız. Topics: kird, kirmanc, dimili, zaza, zazaca, kurd, kurds, zaza kurds, zaza kürtler, zazaki
US Justice Seeking 100s of Patient Records in Abortion Case The U.S. Justice Department is demanding that various hospitals around the nation turn over hundreds of patient medical records on certain types of abortions performed at the facilities. Investigators say they need the records as part of a lawsuit challenging the recently passed ban on what anti-abortion groups call partial-birth abortion. Ginger Otis reports from New York. UN Tries to Broker Iraqi Sovereignty and Elections United... Topics: UN, bush, elections, iraq, islam, kurds, nuclear weapons, rights
Live debate with Nabaz Goran, Mariwan Kani, Kawa Hassan about the upcoming elections in Kurdistan on 25th July 2009. The debate was also about the constitution and the free media in Kurdistan. Topics: Nabaz Goran, Curdonia Amsterda, Kurds Radio, Kurdonya, Kurdonia
War Coverage ? The Latest News As US troops are quickly advancing on Baghdad, the past 24 hours has seen the bloodiest fighting of the five-day US-led war against Iraq. Deepa Fernandes reports. Turkish Border Delays A US special envoy has failed to reach an agreement with Turkey today over whether Turkish troops should go into Northern Iraq. The US opposes any Turkish intervention, as Washington says their presence in Northern Iraq could lead to friendly fire incidents with U.S. forces and... Topics: bush, india, iraq, kurds, protest, rights, saddam hussein, turkey, washington
Amsterdam- Zaterdag aanstaande (6-6-2009) zal Radio Curdonia een Live discussie organiseren over Koerdische jongeren organisaties in Europa en vooral Nederland. De discussie wordt geleid door de hoofdpresentator Rawaz Halkawet, en de uitgenodigden zijn Dindar Kocer voorzitter van KJSU, Halwest Rashid, schrijver en medeopichter van de nieuwssite Azady.nl , Diari Faraj, oud voorzitter van KSVN, en Lizan Hardi, arts en oud coordinatrice van de Nederlandse media delegatie naar Koerdistan.... Topics: Kurds, Kurdistan youth, europe, organisation, elections, curdonia, amsterdam
All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. This film and all of the films in the Penn Museum collection are copyrighted by the Penn Museum, and are not in the public domain. Topics: Kermanshah region, Hamadan, Carpet weaving, Kurdish people, Kurds, Mosques
Iraq Round Up (3:10) Leaders of the European Union have issued a statement calling for a "central role" for the U N in rebuilding Iraq and demanding that American troops quickly restore security.The US has not been willing to allow UN weapons inspectors back into Iraq.The US says some Iraqi cities are returning to normal, despite complaints from Iraqi citizens about a lack of water and sewer service.President Bush is urging the United Nations to lift sanctions that stifled Iraq's... Topics: EU, UN, bush, france, iraq, kurds, military, palestine, rights, washington
Leila Zana visisted Holland and gave seminar in Dutch Parlement & for the Kurdish community in Delft about the latest developements in Turkey. Topics: Leyla Zana, Kurdistan, Kurds, bakur, Turkey, Politics, Kurdish, Turkish, Gorran
DN! Exclusive from Jamaica As we reported in the headlines, Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide has arrived in Jamaica. Joining us now is Democracy Now?s Amy Goodman who was one of only two journalists to travel with President Aristide from the Central African Republic to Jamaica. Socialists Win Spanish Election: A Turn to the Left? Spain has a new Prime Minister. Jos Luis Rodrguez Zapatero, leader of the victorious Socialist Party that swept to power over the weekend, accepted victory by... Topics: bush, california, elections, halliburton, iraq, kurds, medicare, military, oil
A Portion of a talk given by Noam Chomsky. I do not know the exact date, and it may well be that it was in 1998. If you know, leave a comment, please. Topics: Chomsky, Iraq, United Nations, Saddam, poison gas, kurds, Iran
Last night at midnight was the deadline for settlers to leave all camps in Gaza and four in the West Bank. Israeli soldiers began handing out eviction notices today to the settlers who refused to leave. As Laila El-Haddad reports, Palestinians are cheering the evacuation, but are cautious about the future. As India celebrated its 58th independence day today from colonial rule, a strike was observed in Indian administered Kashmir. The strike was called by the main separatist alliance All Parties... Topics: EU, genocide, india, iraq, israel, kurds, palestine, rights, washington
9 days after Haitian president Jean Bertrand Aristide was removed by what says was a coup orchestrated by the US government., violence continues in Haiti. This weekend, at least 6 people were killed by gunmen opposed to Aristide during a demonstration in support if Aristides return to the country. Sylvo Juste reports from Haiti. Today, Jean Bertrand Aristide spoke with Amy Goodman on Democracy NOW across the Pacifica network. Aristide said that although he is safe in the Central African... Topics: afghanistan, detainees, india, iraq, kurds, military, rights, washington
FIRST DAY OF COMMISSION TO INVESTIGATE ABUSES IN NEPAL Two weeks after Nepal's king gave up some power in the face of countrywide protests, a high-level government commission today began looking into a wide variety of abuses that took place during the past year. From Kathmandu, Carey Biron has more. MAPUCHE PRISONERS STILL ON HUNGER STRIKE In Chile, four Mapuche Indians convicted of setting fire to disputed land are in a very delicate state of health, as they enter the 60th day of a hunger... Topics: EU, bush, france, india, iran, iraq, kurds, medicare, military, washington
Bolivia?s President offered a major concession todemonstrators who are calling for the re-nationalization of the country?s resources.Linda Farthing has more from La Paz. Chile's center-left government signs another so-called free trade agreement with countries around the globe. From Jorge Garretn explains. A leaked copy of a report from the group that monitors human rights in Europe is highly critical of the Britishgovernment. From London, Naomi Fowler has some of the details in advance. An... Topics: EU, UN, elections, france, iraq, kurds, mexico, military, rights
KIRMANCCA (ZAZACA) KONUŞAN KÜRTLER VE 20.YÜZYIL KÜRTDİRENİŞLERİNDE ROLLERİMunzur ÇemKırmancca (Zazaca) konuşan Kürtler, günümüzde Türkiye Cumhuriyeti sınırları içerisindekalan Kuzey Kürdistan`da yaşıyorlar. Türkiye`de süregelen yasaklar nedeniyle, Kürtlerintümü gibi bunların sayısı hakkında da kesin bir şey söylemek güç. Tahmini olarak 3-3,5milyon civarında olduklarını söyleyebiliriz. Kırmancların yaşadıkları iller: Çewlig (Bingöl),Dersim... Topics: munzur çem, zaza, zazaki, zazaca, kirmanc, kirmancki, kırmancca, kird, dimili, dımılice, kurd,...
Strikes Continue in Peru Strikes continue in Peru. Victor Loza, President of the Medical Federation of Peru is set to begin negotiations with the Minister of Health, Pilar Mazzetti tonight. Loza says that the government must take their issues seriously or they will be forced to escalate the strike by suspending emergency services at hospitals and health care centers. Health Minister Mazzetti released a statement today asking doctors to take responsibility for the public health crisis they may... Topics: EU, NATO, WTO, brazil, bush, coca-cola, democratic party, elections, environment, iraq, kurds,...
Today a jury in Idaho returned a ?not-guilty? verdict in favor of the University of Idaho student accused of terrorism. Leigh Robartes has more. Today the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics sent out a statement saying, ?extended mass layoffs are associated with domestic and overseas relocations.? The bureau defines a mass layoff as at least 50 workers from the same company filing for unemployment. From January to March of this year, 16-thousand workers were involved in mass layoffs; nearly... Topics: NATO, UN, afghanistan, bush, detainees, elections, iraq, kurds, military, nigeria, palestine,...
CA Recall In Progress Long lines greeted poll workers at key locations in California as other election officials braced to count millions of absentee ballots in the hyped recall election. Max Pringle reports from KPFA in Berkeley. Chicago Garbage Collectors on Strike Chicago?s garbage is piling up as more than 3,000 private trash collectors continue their strike. Tom Robb with WZRD reports from Chicago. Turkey Approves Troops to Iraq The Turkish parliament approved a resolution to send troops... Topics: bush, california, detainees, elections, iran, iraq, israel, kurds, military, palestine, saddam...
Shock And Awe Officially Begins Defense secretary Donald Rumsfeld announcing that the US has officially begun their so-called Shock and Awe arial bombardment of Iraq. Explosions have reverberated in downtown Baghdad, there have been great columns of smoke shooting into the night sky as cruise missiles and warplanes dropped bombs over the capital city. Deepa Fernandes reports as Rumsfeld addressed the nation. Displaced Peoples Due To Bombing As the Bush administrations military campaign dubbed... Topics: attorney general, bush, immigration, iraq, islam, israel, japan, kurds, military, pakistan,...
President Bush admitted he has interviewed a personal lawyer to represent him in the investigation trying to find the person in his administration who leaked the name of a CIA agent. Kellia Ramares has more. Mortar shells were launched at and exploded near the Italian embassy in Baghdad today. One Iraqi was killed and three injured. No Italians were hurt. The Italian embassy has been attacked several times in the last few months. Currently, Italy has more than 27-hundred soldiers in Iraq... Topics: 9-11, bush, california, democratic party, detainees, elections, iran, iraq, kurds, lebanon,...
Gitmo Prisoners Released from British Questioning Four Britons returned from Guantanamo Bay on Tuesday have now been released by British police after questioning -- three years after being held without charge or trial by the U.S military. From London, Naomi Fowler reports. 2-Thousand in Guatemala March Against Mining Two thousand people marched today in the city of San Marcos, Guatemala to protest gold and silver mining that they say threatens the country's natural resources.Jill Replogle... Topics: EU, bush, cheney, elections, iraq, israel, kurds, medicaid, mexico, military, russia
Iraqi Constitutional Signing Collapsed The Iraqi constitutional signing ceremony collapsed today when 5 Shi'ite members of the US-appointed Iraqi Governing Council walked out over the issue of Kurdish autonomy.Aaron Glantz reports from Arbil, Iraq. Venezuela Quiet After Week of Violence As many as seven people are dead in Venezuela after a week of violent clashes between opposition demonstrators and National Guard troops ended today.Greg Wilpert reports from Caracas. Mexico's Fox to Bush's... Topics: biological weapons, bush, california, chemical weapons, environment, iraq, kurds, mexico, military,...
Sibel Edmonds Exonerated FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds has been partially exonerated by a report released by the U.S. Department of Justice Inspector General. The unclassified version of the report confirms that Ms. Edmonds' allegations had merit and deserved further investigation. It also supports criticism made by government watchdog groups that Attorney General John Ashcroft invoked the rarely used state secrets privilege to hide FBI failures rather than protect national security secrets.... Topics: attorney general, bush, democratic party, elections, iraq, israel, japan, kurds, military,...